• Parent Group for Spanish Speaking Families 10/16


    You must pre – register to participate:

  • 2023 FDNY Open House

    On Saturday October 7th or Sunday October 8th, more than 200 Firehouses and EMS locations will open their doors to the public from 11:00am to 1:00pm or from 1:00pm to 3:00pm for the 2023 FDNY Open House.

    Firefighters, EMTs and paramedics will be educating the public about fire and life safety, conducting demonstrations, discussing careers within the Department, and offering tours of FDNY Engines, Ladder Trucks and EMS Stations .

    Attached you will find a flyer. Scan the QR code and find the open house location near you.

  • Fight Flu at Home and School

    Influenza (flu), spreads easily and can  make people very sick, especially kids. You can help stop the flu!

    Please see the attached flyer from the Department of Health.


  • Down Syndrome Parent Group Zoom Meeting 10/10

    Parent to Parent of NYS is hosting a statewide discussion group specifically for parents of children and adults with Down Syndrome.

    Tuesday, October 10th , 2023 at 7:00 PM

    You must pre-register to attend: HdHy7BXgTzd7eMKEt5uar0sv#/registration

    Any questions, please contact Valerie Dill, Program Manager at

  • District 75 Arts Academy

    D75 Saturday Arts Academy


    District 75 Saturday Arts Academy is a Saturday program for students and families to engage in music, dance and theater!  Participants will learn with teaching artists from our partner organizations Yaffa Arts Inc, Marquis Studios, and EPIC Players in person and Daniel’s Music Foundation virtually. Together, families and students will engage in arts-based activities including percussion, movement with music, dance, or theater games.


    • D75 Saturday Arts Academy occurs once a month, during select months: November, December, February, March and April
    • Open to ALL students in District 75

    • 1 family member (over 18) must accompany the student during the program

    • 8 citywide hub locations and virtual

    • Hub Locations: D75 Saturday Arts Academy Map

    Click to register for the Fall sessions: D75 SATURDAY ARTS ACADEMY FLYER FOR REGISTRATION


  • Stated Island Developmental Disability Council (SIDDC) Education Committee Meeting 10/26

    The SIDDC Education Committee meeting will be virtual on 10/26 at 11am.

    The link is built into the flyer,  

    Please see the attached flyer with more details.

  • Lincoln Center Passport: Fall 2023 Season Program Announcement and Sign Up

    The Lincoln Center Passport program is designed for children, teens and adults with disabilities and their families, Passport to the Arts provides a welcoming, accessible, and cost-free introduction to the performing arts at Lincoln Center. Families are invited to attend performances, interactive workshops, and virtual events with Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York City Ballet, The Metropolitan Opera, the New York Philharmonic, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Chamber Music Society, and more.
    If you are interested in signing up for the Passport, please register here:
  • P373R PTA Meeting Notice 9/27/23

    Please join us on Wednesday, September 27th at 7pm for the first PTA meeting of this school year!

    Please see the attached for more details and zoom link.

    We are looking forward to seeing you!

  • Brooklyn/Queens/SI "D75 Back to School" Bash on 9/23 rescheduled to 10/7

    Due to the pending inclement weather forecast for Saturday, September 23, 2023, the District 75 event for Brooklyn/Queens/Staten Island has been rescheduled. The event will be rescheduled for October 7th 2023 from 11am- 2:30pm at P721K, 64 Ave. X Brooklyn, NY 11223.

    If you have any questions, please reach out to Julia Luppino, Parent Coordinator, at

    Thank you!

  • Deputy Superintendent Announcement

    Please see the attached Deputy Superintendent Announcement letter.

    Thank you!

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